"Magic Spells" is fabulous, delightfully unique. The real spell is cast by Christy Yorke's lyrical voice and stunning characterizations. Haunting and evocative, it will hold you spellbound until the very last word. Seven years is a long time to stay away from home. But when Jane Gregory left Pendleton, Vermont, she was running from a life gone wrong. Now she's returning to the town with her young son - and Pendleton will never be the same again.
This book was surpisingly good. It reminded me alot of the movie Practical Magic. It's well worth the read.
This book really touched me.
Jane never wanted to believe that the Gregory women have a special power. But the magic she'd shunned somes rushing back as soon as walks into her mother's old house. The faded rosebush in the yard suddenly bursts with color, and the lovelorn are coming to her for advice. Even the sensible town doctor, Graham Payton, can't stay away. Yet Jane has something more important on her mind: her son. The little boy has never spoken a word in his life, and she's determined to find out why.